Summer…oh, sweet, sweet summer!  It is finally here, and what better way to welcome it than with a good old-fashioned snow cone.  I’m talking freshly shaved ice topped with the sweetest, made-from-scratch syrups for a tasty treat reminiscent of easy-breezy childhood days spent out in the sun.

Snow Cones on Display

Do I have your attention yet?  Enter the lovely Meg and Linds, the fun ladies behind Sweet Ice Snow Cones, who craft delicious and refreshing flavours of cone syrups from scratch in small batches, using only the freshest local ingredients.


With flavours like Strawberry Vanilla, Peaches and Honey and Lavender Lemon (with the option to be served spiked for the grown-ups in the group!) and poured over crushed ice, these nostalgic treats are sure to impress the lovely guests at your next summer soiree.

Bride and Groom

3 Friends with Cones

Bride and Groom2

There are lots of fun flavors to choose from, but if you have something specific in mind, Sweet Ice is super happy to work with you to create something custom for your celebration.  And for something totally different, Meg and Linds highly recommend the Apple Cider cone, which is a surprisingly refreshing flavour, especially so when splashed with a little whiskey.  Sounds so good, right?!


Lemon Cone


To book Sweet Ice for your upcoming wedding or special event, contact them here.

You can also find all of Sweet Ice’s natural syrups in coffee shops across Hamilton (where these lovelies are located).  And if you are looking for a serious thirst-quencher, try them as Italian Sodas at at The Cannon, Detour Café, or Cake & Loaf Bakery, or as a cremosa at Café Oranje.


Be sure to follow Sweet Ice on Twitter and Facebook for regular photos, updates, and to see where they will be scooping delicious summer flavours next!

I hope you enjoyed today’s post and I wish you a perfect summer day!  XO

All product photos via Sweet Ice.

One comment

  1. Love this post Eva! And love all of these Hamilton businesses 🙂 xo

    Comment by Ashley on July 16, 2014 at 12:47 am